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Denied trolley and bed, patient lugged on bedsheet to OPD in Patnas super-specialty IGIMS

Kavita Devi sitting next to her brother Mahesh Kumar, lying on floor in absence of stretcher and bed at the IGIMS, in Patna on Wednesday. (Ruchir Kumar/HT photo) The institute’s decision has left Mahesh’s relatives and many others like him staying at the dormitory, with no option but to lug their patients on bedsheet for consultation. Hindustan Times tracked Mahesh and has a video footage of his relatives engaging in a verbal spat with institute security staff over trolley and then lugging him on a bedsheet. “Mahesh’s medical condition is such that he requires to shuttle between three departments - orthopaedics, gastro-intestinal surgery and urology,” said a senior doctor requesting anonymity. Mahesh had met with a road traffic accident and was rushed to the IGIMS on July 17. He has since not been allotted a bed, forcing him and his relatives to stay at the dormitory. “Every time we bring Mahesh for consultation, we have to lug him on a bedsheet from the dormitory because we are not allowed to use trolleys,” said Rajesh Rai, his brother-in-law. IGIMS medical superintendent Dr Prabhat Kumar Sinha was candid enough to accept that the institute had overlooked the possibility of patients having to stay at the dormitory while waiting for allotment of beds. “Thanks for bringing it to our notice. We will issue fresh orders tomorrow.” Additional superintendent Dr Sanjay Kumar said, “We will review the stock of our trollies.

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Drug death case moved to Clinton County Centre judge: Fatal fentanyl obtained in Lock Haven LOCK HAVEN — A Centre County drug death case has been moved to Clinton County. Clinton County Judge Craig Miller on Thursday received an order from Centre County Judge Thomas Kistler transferring the Sabine Graham case to Clinton County. The drugs were allegedly obtained and delivered in Lock Haven, according to Judge Kistler. Judge Miller said Graham’s first court appearance in Clinton County is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Monday, Sept. 18. Graham, 24, is charged with drug delivery resulting in death, among other counts. She is accused of providing fentanyl, which she obtained from a man in the Lock Haven area, to Corrine Pena, 35, who died from a drug overdose in Centre County on Feb. 13, 2016, according to court records. Even though the death occurred in Centre County, Judge Kistler said, “the defendant is required to be tried in the county where the crime was committed … she possessed and delivered the drugs in Lock Haven. Once the drugs were given to Pena, the defendant took no other action in furtherance of this crime.” “On Feb.

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“Of course the Chinese were not happy,” said a foreign diplomat in Beijing focused on North Korea. “Executing your uncle, that’s from the feudal ages.” In an attempt to warm ties, Xi sent high-ranking Communist Party official Liu Yunshan to attend the North’s October 2015 military parade marking the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Workers’ Party of Korea. Liu hand-delivered a letter from Xi praising Kim’s leadership and including congratulations not just from the Chinese Communist Party but Xi’s personal “cordial wishes” in a powerful show of respect. Xi’s overture has been repaid with increasingly brazen actions by Pyongyang, which many observers believe are timed for maximum embarrassment to Beijing. Sunday’s nuclear test, for example, took place as China hosted a BRICS summit, while in May, the North launched a long-range missile just hours before the Belt and Road Forum, dedicated to Xi’s signature foreign policy initiative. Mao Zedong’s description of North Korea’s relationship with China is typically mischaracterized as being as close as “lips and teeth”. His words are better translated as: “If the lips are gone, the teeth will be cold,” a reference to the strategic importance of the North as a geographical security buffer. Despite its resentment at the pressure North Korea’s actions have put it ชุดผ้าปูที่นอนราคาถูกโรงเกลือ under, Beijing refrains from taking too hard a line. It said little when Kim Jong Un’s half-brother was assassinated in February at Kuala Lumpur’s airport. The half-brother, Kim Jong Nam, had been seen as a potential rival for power in Pyongyang and had lived for years in Beijing, then Macau. An editorial in China’s influential Global Times warned after Pyongyang’s latest nuclear test that cutting off North Korea’s oil would redirect the conflict to one between North Korea and China.

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